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Nicole Richie and Joel Madden's charity has put an internship opening on quarterlife, seeking someone who can help them keep their charity’s website up-to-date.

The Richie Madden Children's Foundation was founded in 2007, and helps provide young mothers with the items they need to raise their babies, such as cribs, car seats and bottles. The couple recently launched a gift registry to help struggling mothers in need, as well.

The internship ad states that “The Richie-Madden Children’s Foundation ( is seeking a Communications/Web Design Intern ASAP.”

While no pay is offered, the chosen intern will receive college credit, and the opportunity to help the celebrity couple provide “meaningful opportunities to children in all corners of the globe, while also striving to bring light and laughter into their lives through unique entertainment and special events.”

Duties to be taken on by the Communications/Web Design Intern will include updating content regularly for client web sites, coordinating with Wireimage and photographers to get photographs for the site and developing new opportunities to engage web viewers to get involved with the Foundation and make a difference.

For more information on how you can apply, visit the Richie-Madden Foundation’s page on quarterlife.

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